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New York Times Opinion
8 days ago
In America’s clash between information and disinformation, the facts just won a rare round in the Alex Jones case, writes Pamela Paul. But what kind of effect did the day’s events have on the distorted world he's helped build?
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@LaymanLogic
Julius Springer
8 days ago
@nytopinion For context, this article would be well served by including a graphic comparing the number of people disinformed by Alex Jones to those disinformed by The New York Times.
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@p_jeanne97
pjeanne
8 days ago
@LaymanLogic @nytopinion Here’s your attention
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@THE__WAC
THE WAC
8 days ago
@nytopinion @brianstelter How many conspiracy theories did CNN push in the last 5 years? About 12 very big ones
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@jojomac724
JoJo
8 days ago
@nytopinion @brianstelter Hopefully the truth prevails and that world shrinks.
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@FVCraig
Francesca Craig
8 days ago
@nytopinion Pamela Paul is an interesting writer, please don’t fire her for not towing the line over there.
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@staylor2612
💧SueTaylor
8 days ago
@nytopinion @nytimes Do Murdoch and his propagandists next!!
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@THEREALDOGPAW
DOGPAW
8 days ago
@nytopinion @nytimes I’d call up a few episodes caught in the moment because, literally everyone was too drunk or high to understand it but they meant it and they knew it and it was relevant at the time. But these days it almost feels like bad luck.
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@HobbittNh
NH Hobbitt
8 days ago
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@brian_blivion
Dr. Brian O'Blivion 🏴‍☠️
8 days ago
@nytopinion You would know about disinformation
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@World_Tape
Don Mitch
7 days ago
Tweet media one
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